Monthly Archives: December 2010

HAPPY CHRISTMAS TO EVERYBODY

I want to say happy christmas to everybody and thank you dearly to all my customers. Have a good one!

Kindest Regards
Satnam

Rubylicious Cakes

Scrumptious flavours and magnificent designs! Handcrafted cakes by Rubylicious Cakes. A unique website and logo were much needed in this case study.

Rubylicious Cakes is a long standing company with over 20 years of cake making experience. They desperatley needed a unique logo and website.

I delivered the new well needed design and logo. The colours of the website work in harmony with the fantastic images of Ruby’s cakes. A beautiful sliding gallery allows the cakes to be viewed and presented in all their glory.

Now people can’t stop commenting on how good the website is and Ruby is sure the website brings in new customers.

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Bradford Care Homes

The Bradford and District Care Homes Association were after a powerful website where it’s members could log into and interact.

The solution is a database driven Content Managment System which gives the Association great power and control over the website’s content. They are able to update the whole site by themselves any time they wish to.

The new website allows the Association to control membership, once they have been paid by their customers. They can then grant them access to all or certain parts of the premium content they provide. This gives them multiple revenue options.

Another great benefit the Association enjoy is the large amount of traffic that comes to the website thanks to a 2nd place Google ranking for the terms, “bradford care homes” and “care homes in bradford”. The site is highly optimised thanks to my advanced Search Engine Optimisation program

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Pennine Lift Services

PLS required a striking website that would turn heads. I gave them this solution and everyone loves it.

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